Todd Welbourne

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  • ISEA1997

    Todd Welbourne has active recital appearances in the U.S.A. as well as in Europe. He earned Bachelor and Master of Music degrees from Boston University where he studied with Leonard Shure and served as Mr. Shure’s teaching assistant. He was a Fulbright Scholar 1977-78, Geneva) at the Studio de Musique Contemporaine, and has a doctorate in piano performance from the University of Iowa, where he served as the pianist for the Center for New Music. Before taking the position at the University of Wisconsin/ Madison in 1984, he served on the piano faculty of the University of Oklahoma and has directed the new music ensembles at both institutions. His articles have appeared in Piano Quarterly, The American Music Teacher, and Piano & Keyboard. He has performed at national conferences of the Society of Electro/Acoustic Music and the International Society for Electronic Arts, and has lectured and performed at new music festivals around the country. Professor Welbourne’s main area of interest is in experimental piano music written since 1970, including piano/ tape compositions and (more recently) live-interactive computer/MIDI compositions.

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